Right now. 250 words. Fast as you can.
Pages. Drive. Boats. Free. Cat. Road. Tracks. Connect. Music. Glass.
Scribble. Madly. Develop your own language, song, flight and idea geography. If no one understands it, lovely. Love your codified language. It’s a gift from you to you so you can empower YOU.
Encourages composition. You’re in the chair. CREATE, PRODUCE…. since you’re there. Enjoy, …….. – #professormikey
your day. Whatever details and specifics you wish to include… Don’t paint a picture, transport readers INSIDE the visual.
The semester. Where we are and what we’re doing. Writing. You and your story. Why should a reader read, care, emulate, what should they learn? Are you learning something new about your self and story in writing it? Hunter S. Thompson…. Sources? Findings? What is the deal with him? How does he write? What…
Whatever you’re doing.
Start writing before anyone on your street or block, in your city, is moving. If not to write, then move. Closer to your There.
The purpose of tonight’s meeting is not only take a “closer look” at Sedaris’ work and get to know him and the essay form, better, and differently. But, rather, to consider how our reading experience, how we as readers are impact by his words. By his character. His life and what he’s experienced. His experiences…